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TC 1-93: Calculation of self-luminous neutral scale

  • To recommend a formula or computational method for an achromatic, neutral or gray scale for self-luminous (i.e. non-reflective) surfaces.  (This computation complements CIE Lightness, L*, which serves a similar purpose for reflective surfaces.)
  • Chair: Rob Carter (US) 

TC 1-92: Skin Colour Database

  • 1.To investigate the uncertainty in skin colour measurement and to recommend protocols for good measurement practice.
  • 2.To tabulate skin colour measurements that accord with these protocols covering different ethnicity, gender, age and body location.
  • Chair: Kaida Xiao (GB)

TC 1-91: New Methods for Evaluating the Colour Quality of White-Light Sources

  • To evaluate available new methods for evaluating the colour quality of white-light sources with a goal of recommending methods for industrial use. (Methods based on colour fidelity shall not be included: see TC1-90).
  • Chair: Yandan Lin (CN) 

TC 1-90: Colour Fidelity Index

  • To evaluate available indices based on colour fidelity for assessing the colour quality of white- light sources with a goal of recommending a single colour fidelity index for industrial use.
  • Chair: Hirohisa Yaguchi (JP)

TC 1-89 Enhancement of Images for Colour Defective Observers

  • To study, evaluate and recommend image enhancing techniques for colour defective observers and to provide test procedures for the evaluation of those techniques.
  • Chair: Po-Chieh Hung (JP)

TC 1-88: Scene Brightness Estimation

  • To investigate current research on brightness estimation methods using a calibrated luminance image of a real indoor scene
  • To compare brightness estimations of real indoor scenes with those predicted
  • To recommend a method to predict the brightness of specified regions of a scene from a luminance image of that scene.
  • Chair: Yoshiki Nakamura (JP)

TC 1-86: Models of Colour Emotion and Harmony

  • To recommend models of colour emotion and harmony based on existing psychophysical data obtained by different research groups or networks for applications in the colour design area.
  • Chair: Li-Chen Ou (TW)

TC 1-85: Update CIE Publication 15:2004 Colorimetry

  • To update CIE Publication 15:2004 taking into consideration the current CIE/ISO standards on colorimetry and the work of TC1-36 Fundamental Chromaticity Diagram with Physiologically Significant Axes.
  • Chair: Janos Schanda (HU)

TC 1-84: Definition of Visual Field for Conspicuity

  • To define and classify functional visual fields for universal tasks and develop guidelines for the layout of visual information to increase the visibility of visual signs, displays and markings.
  • Chair: Nana Itoh (JP) 

TC 1-83: Visual Aspects of Time-Modulated Lighting Systems

  • 1. To investigate and report on current research on the perception of visual artefacts of temporally modulated lighting systems, including flicker, the stroboscopic effect and the phantom array effect.
  • 2. Design methodology and gather data on the visibility of temporal artefacts.
  • 3. Build a model for the visibility of temporal artefacts and their dependence on environmental, demographical and lighting parameters.
  • Chair: Dragan Sekulovski (NL)

TC 1-82: The Calculation of Colour Matching Functions as a Function of Age and Field Size

  • 1.Following on from CIE 170-1:2006, to recommend a procedure for calculating XYZ-like colour matching functions from cone fundamentals, as a function of age and field size. 2. To deliver a computer programme for the calculations. 
  • Chair: Jan Henrik Wold (NO)

TC 1-81: Validity of Formulae for Predicting Small Colour Differences

  • 1.To evaluate available formulae for small colour differences (<~2.0 CIELAB). 2.To define a visual threshold colour difference. 
  • Chair: Klaus Richter (DE)

TC 1-80: Research Methods for Psychophysical Studies of Brightness Judgements

  • To report on research methods (both research design and statistical analysis) for psychophysical studies of spatial brightness judgements. The aim is to bring best practices from psychology into the wider awareness of people in the lighting community who wish to use such tools in their own work, to avoid errors that plague the existing literature. 
  • Chair: Steve Fotios (GB)

TC 1-78: Evaluation of Visual Performance in the Real Lit Environment

  • To investigate and report on current research on visual performance that relates to psycho-physical and physiological measurements in the real lit environment, and to produce a plan for future work.
  • Chair: Monica Billger (SE)

TC 1-77: Improvement of the CIE Whiteness and Tint Equations

  • To recommend improvements or modifications to the existing CIE Equations for Whiteness and Tint to extend their scope of application to a wider range of instrument conditions and white materials; e.g. various tints and levels of fluorescence.
  • Chair: Robert Hirschler (HU)

TC 1-76: Unique Hue Data

  • To study and report on unique hue data, including an analysis of the scatter of those data: this to include practical viewing conditions.
  • Chair: Sophie Wuerger (GB)

TC 1-75: A Comprehensive Model of Colour Appearance

  • To derive colour appearance models that include prediction of the appearance of coloured stimuli viewed in typical laboratory conditions: that appear as unrelated colours that are viewed under illumination down to scotopic levels that include consideration of varying size of stimulus.
  • Chair: M Ronnier Luo (GB)

TC 1-73: Real Colour Gamut

  • To recommend a gamut representative of real (non-fluorescent) surface colours and defined by associated spectral reflectance data.
  • Chair: Changjun Li (CN)

TC 1-72: Measurement of Appearance Network: MApNet

  • To establish a network of those interested in the measurement of visual appearance.
  • The network shall be under the direction and guidance of a group of at least four Technical Leaders each responsible for a particular aspect of the subject.
  • Each Technical Leader shall provide substantial periodic reports in a form that might be published.
  • A second Expert Symposium on Appearance shall be organized at an appropriate time within the next 4 years.
  • A database of relevant published work shall be maintained.
  • Consideration shall be given to the establishment of separate Technical Committees when appropriate.
  • Chair: Michael Pointer (GB)

TC 1-71: Tristimulus Integration

  • To investigate methods for computing weighting tables for the calculation of tristimulus values from abridged data.
  • Chair:Changjun Li (CN)

TC 1-70: Metameric Samples for Indoor Daylight Evaluation

  • To investigate the derivation of a set of metameric samples to enable the evaluation of indoor daylight simulators.
  • Chair: Balász Kranicz (HU)

TC 1-69: Colour Rendering of White Light Sources:

  • To investigate new methods for assessing the colour rendition properties of white-light sources used for illumination, including solid-state light sources, with the goal of recommending new assessment procedures.
  • Chair: Wendy Davis (US).

TC 1-67: The Effects of Dynamic and Stereo Visual Images on Human Health

  • To write a technical report on the physiological and psychophysical effects of dynamic and stereo visual images in terms of photosensitive seizures.
  • Chair: Hiroyasu Ujike (JP)

TC 1-64: Terminology for Vision, Colour and Appearance

  • To monitor the terminology requirement of Division 1 including the revision of the present ILV terms and the addition of new terms.
  • Chair: Sharon McFadden (CA)

TC 1-63: Validity of the Range of CIE DE2000

  • To investigate the application of the CIE DE2000 equation at threshold, up to CIELAB colour differences greater than 5.
  • Chair: Klaus Richter (DE)

TC 1-61: Categorical Colour Identification

  • To prepare a report describing a colour categorization map for the photopic and mesopic illuminance levels.
  • Chair: Taiichiro Ishida (JP)

TC 1-55: Uniform Colour Space for Industrial Colour Difference Evaluation

  • To derive a new uniform colour space for industrial colour difference evaluation using existing experimental data.
  • Chair: J. Nobbs (GB)

TC 1-36: Fundamental Chromaticity Diagram with Physiologically Significant Axes

  • Establish a chromaticity diagram of which the coordinates correspond to physiologically significant axes.
  • Chair: Francoise Germaine Viénot (FR)

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